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Anti-Establishment Support Could Lead Trump To Victory – OpEd

Eurasia Review Thursday, 15 October 2020
By Andrew Hammond*

The scene is now set for the last big occasion of the US presidential campaign: Next week’s final debate. While Joe Biden retains a sizable poll lead and is clear favorite, Donald Trump’s chances of winning remain more significant than many suppose.

This is because, despite Biden’s large national...
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